The appellant was tried and convicted for murder. He filed a pro se notice of appeal and a motion to appoint counsel to prosecute his appeal. The trial court appointed counsel who also filed a notice of appeal. Enumerated as error are the general grounds.
The three surviving occupants of the car testified that after attempting to buy some marijuana from the defendant, they rejected it. They did, however, keep some of the marijuana. As they drove away, the defendant shot at the car, one shot hitting the victim in the head and the other hitting the car.
All three of the witnesses had given previous statements which contradicted their trial testimony. These inconsistencies were brought out at trial, and the court charged on the credibility of witnesses. Since the jury resolved the conflict in the testimony under proper instructions from the court, we find no merit in appellant's enumeration of error.